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Uber Man

Author(s): Jason Reza Jorjani

Dr. Dana Avalon is from Gotham, the last modern metropolis on Earth in the year 2112, built by Prometheists in the late 21st century above the shattered skyscrapers of Manhattan rising out of the Atlantic Ocean.

As the leader of Prometheism, and the reincarnation of the movement’s founder, Dana realizes that the war is lost in the present. To end the reign of Traditionalist totalitarianism, the Future of Modernity must be retrieved by traveling back in time to 1980.

Dana acts as an assassin to rewrite history so that the Soviet Union can survive into the 21st century and join the United States in resisting the Olympian Imperium. In her own timeline, the USA disintegrated within half a century of the fall of the USSR, and Neo-Confucian China handed Earth over to the Nordic “Celestial Ancestors” in 2048.

Dana remembers key events in her previous incarnation as Jason Jorjani, and makes her way into Jason’s life during his childhood and adolescence, redirecting his path. Shapour Bakhtiar, Ghislaine Maxwell, and Donald Trump all feature prominently in her timeline revision.

This is a sequel to Jorjani’s novel Faustian Futurist. Some of the main characters of that book, including its protagonist, Nikolai Alexandrov, reappear here in an even more autobiographical context.

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Contents

1. Dana Avalon

2. Riding Satan’s Ass

3. Phenomenal Authorization

4. Operation Neqab

5. Star Child

6. Eighty-Eight

7. Go Forth Unafraid

8. Last Stop before the Moon

9. Hybrid Hostages

10. Homecoming

11. Eyes in the Dark

Binding

Hardcover

Languages

English

Author

Jason Reza Jorjani

ISBN-13

978-1-914208-77-5

ISBN-10

1914208773

Number Of Pages

274

Publication Date

2022-03-28

Publisher

Arktos Media Ltd

1 review for Uber Man

  1. Chester Hunter

    If ever there be a time for world shifting novel folklore, it is now. Continuing the trajectory set by Jorjani’s first novel, Faustian Futurist and filled with philosophical case building, Uber Man takes the reader on a journey that can only leave them astonished as to the possibilities for our future or, could we say, a recreated new future?

    On a personal note, this installment of what is currently a two-book series has been the most mind-bending ride I’ve ever taken. Dozens of times I set the volume down just to ponder the last few sentences. One might never imagine a work of fiction eliciting such profound contemplations, but this one does it and more. The book is freshly out and so I refrain from spoilers but can guarantee the studious reader will find themselves altered and in the best of ways for reading this newest episode. Suggestion – a careful read of Faustian Futurist is a wise per-requisite.

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